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Washington University in St Louis Olin Business School

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Resear​ch Fellowships

Research fellowships are awarded to visiting professor and top-performing postdoctoral students. Fellows are invited to assist in ongoing research projects, attend seminars and conferences, and conduct their own research.

Dates

Name

Affiliation

Research Topic

2007 - Present

Wenhui Zhao, PhD

Ohio State University

Supply Chain Finance: Exploring the Interfaces of Operations and Finance in Global Supply Chains

2008 - Present

Betul Lus, PhD

University of Massachusetts

Product Design, Production Capacity and Pricing Choices of Competing Newsvendors

March 2009 – June 2009 and Feb. 2007 – July 2007

Rong Li, PhD

Singapore Management University

Inventory Management and Financial Hedging of Storable Commodities

April 2009 – June 2009

Ding Qing

Singapore Management University

Inventory Rationing Strategies and Hedging Strategies in Supply Chains

2008- Present

Hiroyuki Kashiwase

Renesas Technology Corp.

Capacity Expansion and Contract Design in a Semiconductor Industry and Forecasting and Planning in a Semiconductor Decentralized Supply Chain

Fall 2008

Zhongjun Tian, PhD

Shanghai University of Finance and Economics

Dynamic pricing and Operational Flexibility in Managing Capacity and Inventory of Agile Supply Chains

2007 - Present

Haiyan Wang

Olin Business School

Essays on Service Capacity Management with Time Sensitive Customers

Spring 2008

Julie Niederhoff, PhD

Syracuse University

Behavior Game Theory Research on Supply Chain Contracting and Coordination

Summer and Fall 2008

Dennis Yu, PhD

Clarkson University

Managing Product Variety: Exploring Interfaces in Operations and Marketing

Fall 2008

Jian Li, PhD

Northeastern Illinois University

Managing the New Uncertainty - Day Definite Ocean Shipments and Their Value in Handling Lead-time Uncertainty and RFID Applications for Supply Chain Management

Fall 2008

Sammi Yu Tang

University of Miami

Supplier Diversification Strategies for Supply Risk Management in the Presence of Competition